Brief on Iran

OIAC Iran News Brief- June, 30th 2014

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Brief On Iran 
June, 30/ 2014
Howard Dean, John Bolton, Rudy Guiliani, are all among the American delegates attend at Friday’s Iran Liberation rally, organized by the National Council of Resistance of Iran. Many of the more than two dozen American delegates have already attended the rally in prior years, during which period it has grown to draw an estimated crowd of 100,000 Iranian expatriates from over 60 countries around the world.

ALL FOR FREEDOM

As the deadline for the nuclear agreement approaches, and a year after Rouhani’s ‘election’ as president, a grand gathering of Iranians from all over the world will take place, in the presence of hundreds of dignitaries and political figures from the US, France, Europe, Canada, Australia, Arabic countries and the Middle East.

Paris- June 27, 2014

See the clip on youtube.

 

Iran- Human Rights (Women, Minorities, Ethnics)

NCRI – The Iranian regime henchmen hanged at least eight more prisoners in cities of Birjand and Yazd.

Last Thursday a group of five prisoners were hanged in the main prison in city of Birjand.

Another group of three inmates were hanged secretly in city of Yazd.

Nearly 800 recorded executions in the first year of Hassan Rouhani’s presidency.

The high rate of arbitrary group executions in Iran during the past year shows that the so-called ‘moderation’ of the Iranian regime is nothing more than a mirage.

One of the issues contributing to the perceived vulgarity of the World Cup video is the failure of some women featured in it to wear head coverings in keeping with the Iranian regime’s supposed social morality. An article at The Daily Beast comments upon the hijab as a particular point of focus in the struggle for women’s rights in Iran..
The press release body should contain more than one paragraph, each paragraph no more than a few sentences. Announce your news item (e.g. new products and services, research findings, events open to the public, personnel promotions, or awards.) Provide information about your organization, products, services, or events that will entice a journalist or editor to write a story. Put the most important information into the first paragraph, including the “who, what, when, where, and why” of your announcement. Reporters might not read beyond this first paragraph.
One of the issues contributing to the perceived vulgarity of the World Cup video is the failure of some women featured in it to wear head coverings in keeping with the Iranian regime’s supposed social morality. An article at The Daily Beast comments upon the hijab as a particular point of focus in the struggle for women’s rights in Iran..
Iran- Terrorism Activities (Middle East)
The attempt to court positive public opinion while engaging in damaging policies is not exclusively the domain of President Rouhani. Supreme Leader Khamenei has also attempted to spread Iranian propaganda that seems to very clearly contradict the actual activities of the government. Case in point, Khamenei issued a statement on Sunday that expressed strong opposition to US intervention in Iraq, on the auspices that it would be a violation of Iraqi sovereignty and independence..
BRUSSELS – Iran is directing surveillance drones over Iraq from an airfield in Baghdad and is supplying Iraqi forces with tons of military equipment and other supplies, according to American officials..
Whole forests have been sacrificed since the stunningly swift military advances of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (“ISIL”) to provide enough newsprint for the debate over who bears responsibility for the current debacle in Iraq. Inevitably, analysts are rearguing George W. Bush’s decision to overthrow Saddam Hussein, Barack Obama’s complete withdrawal of U.S. forces, and virtually everything else Iraq-related in between.
Iran- Nuclear Activities

VIENNA (Reuters), By Fredrik Dahl-  He is believed to top the list of elusive Iranian officials the U.N. nuclear watchdog wants to query. Exiled foes of the Islamic state cite him as the mastermind of clandestine efforts to design an atomic bomb. Tehran is mum about him, while denying having any nuclear arms agenda.

Probably living under tight security, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh did not join this week’s talks in Vienna between Iran and six world powers directed at striking a deal by late July to end a decade-old dispute over Tehran’s nuclear aspirations.

Not surprisingly, there has been no agreement on a final nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 (the five permanent U.N. Security Council members plus Germany). After three rounds of talks, Tehran’s nuclear weapons program remains the elephant in the room. A comprehensive solution to the crisis remains distant.

During the May talks both sides remained diplomatic. The guarded optimism over the parties drafting the text of a final solution was evident. Time has proven it unfounded optimism.

(Reuters) – Senior diplomats from six world powers met in Brussels on Thursday to search for ways to resuscitate negotiations with Iran over its contested nuclear program, with less than four weeks left until a late-July deadline to strike an accord.Western officials have said very little progress has been made after five rounds of talks since February towards striking a deal that could end years of hostility, and defuse the risk of a new war and a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.

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Iraq: Warnings about Iran’s intentions

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